Sportsnet’s Shi Davidi reported Sunday that Manoah threw without issue and only “feels it if he presses the area but otherwise (it’s) fine.”
Manoah was hit by a comebacker from Jonathan Schoop during the sixth inning of Friday’s game against the Detroit Tigers.
X-rays came back negative and Manoah said after the game “right now, it feels good” while interim manager John Schneider added Saturday that his all-star ace was feeling better.
Manoah leads the team with 11 wins, 126 innings pitched and a 2.43 ERA while his 114 strikeouts are second only to fellow starter Kevin Gausman.
The 24-year-old competed in his first MLB All-Star Game earlier this month and struck out three batters during a scoreless second inning.
The Blue Jays have Monday off before heading to Florida for a two-game set against the Tampa Bay Rays.
Manoah’s next scheduled start is Thursday against the Minnesota Twins.